Hays will compete for Baltimore's starting spot in right field over the course of spring training, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports. Hays made a name for himself at Double-A Bowie last season, where he slashed .330/.367/.594 with 16 home runs over just 64 games. The 22-year-old's efforts earned
Giants reliever Tony Watson is ready for anything. “Whatever the game dictates,” he said in the Giants’ clubhouse at Scottsdale Stadium on Monday, when the team officially announced his two-year deal with an option for a third season.
All offseason, the assumption around Flushing was that Jose Reyes would return at some point. Reyes, though, says he did his best to keep his mind off a reunion, lest it not come to pass.
Jose Abreu chose to keep his locker just to the left of the entrance as people walk through the doors, with one caveat: Abreu wanted Yoan Moncada and Luis Robert, his Cuban countrymen and top young prospects at the heart of the White Sox rebuild, to be next to him.
Royals manager Ned Yost had suggested on Thursday that Raul Mondesi, perhaps thought to be ticketed for Triple-A Omaha once shortstop Alcides Escobar was re-signed to a one-year deal last month, could still win a job this spring at second base.
The Marlins are in the process of building an organization from the bottom up, and Dan Straily hopes to be an integral part of the process.
The Rockies left-hander has found his place as a relief pitcher who can be called upon regardless of the situation.
Serving as the San Francisco Giants executive vice president of baseball operations since 2015, Brian Sabean has been asked by his superiors to take a more hands-on role with the team, and help with the day-to-day operations of the team. While his job title won't change, Giants CEO Larry Baer and team owners asked Sabean […]
CC Sabathia is no stranger to changing roles, and as the 37-year-old enters his 10th season with the Yankees and 18th season in the Majors, he has transformed from a former rotation ace to a clubhouse leader and someone first-year manager Aaron Boone will likely lean on heavily.
With Evan Longoria acquired to play third base, Pablo Sandoval is likely relegated to the Giants’ bench — but Panda doesn’t mind at all.
This offseason, Mike Montgomery prepared as if he would start for the Cubs, and he will continue to train as if he’s in the rotation, even though the left-hander most likely will be a reliever on Opening Day.